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Victim resources

NZ Domestic Violence Contacts NZ Domestic Violence Contacts

 
The Victims' rights act 2002 The Victims' rights act 2002
The Victims’ Rights Act 2002 replaced the Victims of Offences Act 1987

 
Your Rights As A Victim (Updated Dec 2002) Your Rights As A Victim (Updated Dec 2002)
Police and Department for Courts have free brochures and other information about your rights as a victim and witness. Courts have specially trained victim advisers, and Victim Support and other community agencies can also help you.

 
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